Final Premier League table predicted as Arsenal win title but Chelsea turmoil continues
Arsenal will finally end their long Premier League title drought this season, according to a predicted final table.
The Gunners are again favourites to win the league, their first since the 2003-04 season, after a brief wobble following a home defeat to current champions Manchester City.
City will finish second, with Manchester United‘s late rally eventually proving not enough to leapfrog their rival so will end the season in third.
Tottenham will again finish the season without a trophy - unless Antonio Conte can mastermind a Champions League triumph - but will repeat last season's fourth-place finish, according to BonusCodeBets. Would that be enough to convince Harry Kane to stay?
Newcastle last week dropped out of fourth for the first time since November and will not regain the spot, but will be happy with their fifth-placed finish.
Liverpool and Brighton round out the Europa League and Europa Conference League places, with Chelsea finishing a lowly eighth. Will Graham Potter still be in charge?
West Ham will eventually steer clear of relegation trouble to finish 14th, it has been predicted, but Everton will not as they are expected to complete a bottom three of themselves, Bournemouth and Southampton. Leeds will narrowly retain their Premier League status.